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Poster: rastamon Date: Aug 8, 2011 6:20pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: 10 18 72 Dark Star>Dew vs. 09 11 73 Dark Star>Dew

and tell me u have those vintages? I need to do prep on fine merlots and other redz for the upcoming infamouse Harvest Wine Fest on Labor weekend.(Local yokel) A list of permormers. I'll compare fine tastes plus enjoy 4:20PM water hydration brakes. A shot a glass of h2o & a couple coughs between tastings. The outdoor venue helps especially on those flights. And i bicycle it. I shall taste I hope to remember.

Remember, at 20 after any hr, it's 4:20 somewhere.

oh, the 73 Darkstar

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Poster: jerlouvis Date: Aug 8, 2011 8:01pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: 10 18 72 Dark Star>Dew vs. 09 11 73 Dark Star>Dew

Two good versions of Dark Star,one good Morning Dew and one transcendent Morning Dew.The 9/11/73 Dew is played with great depth and emotion,while a little shaky through to the first jam,at about 5 minutes the contrast between Jerry's rippling guitar lines,Phil's aggressive ,pummeling bass and Billy's just right accent drumming set this one on a path for a great finish.Following the first verse and slow build up at about 9:45 Jerry starts to cook and Keith finally surfaces and a trio forms Jerry on one end,Phil on the other,Keith in the middle,as they play off one another the intensity builds at 11:45 Jerry is playing fully formed fan runs,while Keith stabs madman style and Phil just annihilates the gym with throbbing full throttle bass,into the end vocal.A remarkable version.This is a fine example of why Keith was the best pianist/keyboardist the band ever had,a true sense of what was needed,how much and when.